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Assignment: High vs Low Prevalence

Assignment: High vs Low Prevalence

Assignment: High vs Low Prevalence
Assignment: High vs Low Prevalence

The nurse is teaching the mother of a child with cystic fibrosis how to do postural

drainage. The nurse should tell the mother to:

Mark one answer:

Use the heel of her hand during percussion Change the child’s position every 20 minutes Do

percussion after the child eats and at bedtime Use cupped hands during percussion

APA Style Paper

1-page Abstract

Topic: Genetic tests have improved the prevalence of Hereditary Spherocytosis.

Hypothesis: 2 – 3 pages

– Comparing two different studies that compares countries with high vs low prevalence with the genetic disease of hereditary spherocytosis. (Example: European countries vs Asian or North American countries)

Results: Make a statement 1-2 pages

– Tell how the two studies used statistics to prove an improvement in helping people who are getting genetic disease.

– Talk about the mechanism of action.

Conclusion : 2-3 pages

– Restate the results

– Why is the 2 types of research important?

– How the disease is being controlled. Any increase in patients getting better.

– Limitations of the study. (No study is perfect)

– New researching on the field of hereditary Spherocytosis.

Argument ( End of Paper) 1 Paragraph

– If research would of being found out earlier for newborns the genetic disease can have a better outcome.



Hereditary Spherocytosis

Anabella Caradonna

West Coast University

The long term outlook of people with hereditary spherocytosis is excellent in terms of treatment. The management and treatment of the condition rely on the severity of the disease. At the mild stage, a person may not have any symptoms unless the environment triggers such signs. In most cases, there is no therapy provided other than monitoring and managing symptoms related to anemia and other signs. Adequate data related to life expectancy about the condition seems to be limited. According to Manciu, Matei, & Trandafir (2017)” In all people who undergo splenectomy, there is a lifelong, increased risk of developing a life-threatening infection (sepsis). Although most septic episodes have been observed in children whose spleens were removed in the first years of life, older children and adults also are susceptible. Fortunately, taking certain precautions can reduce this risk and can prevent minor infections from becoming life-threatening” (p. 110-116)

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